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The Showman and the Ukrainian Cause

Folk Dance, Film, and the Life of Vasile Avramenko

Orest T. Martynowych (Author)

Sounds of Ethnicity

Listening to German North America, 1850 - 1914

Barbara Lorenzkowski (Author)

Drawing connections between immigrant groups in Buffalo, New York, and Kitchener, Ontario, Barbara Lorenzkowski examines the interactions of German-language education, choral groups, and music festivals and their roles in creating both an ethnic sense of self and opportunities for cultural exchanges at the local, ethnic, and transnational levels.

The Organ in Manitoba

A History of the Instruments, the Builders, and the Players

James B. Hartman (Author)

Pipe organs were once a central (and sometimes hotly debated) part of Manitoba's cultural life. The Organ in Manitoba portrays that history—the instruments, builders, players and critics—from the date of the earliest known installations to the 1990s

Singing Mennonite

Low German Songs Among the Mennonites

Doreen Helen Klassen (Author)

In this pioneering book, Doreen Helen Klassen explores a collection of Mennonite Low German songs and rhymes.

Music from Within

A Biography of the Composer S.C. Eckhardt-Gramatté

Ferdinand Eckhardt (Author), Gerald Bowler (Editor)